|| MAM0620 |
|| CURRENT TRENDS IN RHEOLOGY |
|| 2003/2004 |
|| Professor Russell Davies |
|| Semester 2 |
| Course delivery
|| Lecture || 10 x 1 hour lectures |
|| Other || Workshop. 2 day symposium |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment|| Report: Written report of the symposium.||50%|
|Semester Assessment|| Report: Summary written report of the intensive lecture course.||50%|
|Supplementary Assessment|| Marks for components passed in the semester assessments are carried forward; reports for failed components must be resubmitted; the weighting of components is the same as for the semester assessments.||100%|
On completion of this module, students should be able to:
describe problems of current interest in one area of industrial rheology.
summarise the industrial interest and the issues involved in this area.
highlight outstanding problems in industrial rheology giving explanations on why they need to be resolved.
describe the scientific developments in an area of contemporary rheology.
This module comprises two components. The first part is attendance at a symposium on a topic of industrial rheology. These are organised on a regular basis by the University of Wales Institute of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. This will expose students to problems of current interest in industrial rheology. The second component is an intensive course of lectures on a subject in contemporary rheology such as micro-macro constitutive modeling, stochastic simulation and the modelling of branched polymers. These lectures will be given by an invited European authority on the subject.
This module will introduce students to problems of current interest to the industrial rheologist.
** Recommended Text
R. G. Owens and T. N. Phillips (2002) Computational Rheology
Imperial College Press 1860941869
R. I. Tanner (2000) Engineering rheology
2nd. Oxford University Press 0198564732
This module is at CQFW Level 7